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Obama Losing Jewish Vote?

Postmillennialism —  August 7, 2012 — 2 Comments

One News Now — In 2008, 78 percent of America’s Jewish voters voted for Barack Obama — second only to the African-American vote, which was 97 percent. But a New York Times bestselling author doubts the president will receive that same kind of support from the Jewish community this year.

Near the end of his first term, many submit that President Barack Obama is the most anti-Israel president in U.S. history. Though still overwhelmingly Democrat, the latest Gallup poll indicates President Obama’s support among Jews has eroded by some 15 percent.

Ed Klein, author of The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House, claims the decline could make a difference in swing states like Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania that have a large contingent of Jewish voters. But according to a recent Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS News poll, Obama still holds the lead in all three (see earlier story).

“He has done two things that I think have offended the Jewish-American community,” Klein notes. “He’s been anti-business, anti-free market, anti-capitalism [and] anti-individualism. And two, he has been very critical … blunt and unfriendly toward Israel.”

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  1. I am surprised that it has only dropped by 15%. It’s still early, tho… Good write up! I don’t understand why Jewish voters are so overwhelmingly Democratic. Maybe someone could explain this to me, esp. since Obama has been so down on Israel!

    • Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr. August 8, 2012 at 6:30

      You ask why Jewish voters can be so overwhelmingly Democratic. You cannot ask such questions of liberals. They are emotional and irrational, and that which is irrational, by definition, cannot be explained. You just have to stand aside and watch in awe at the liberal “mind.” The lights are on, but nobody’s home.

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